Wet Track for Suburban: Heavy Rains Mark Closing Day of the Gravesend Meeting, Daily Racing Form, 1910-06-17

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WET TRACK FOR SUBURBAN HEAVY RAINS MARK CLOSING DAY OF THE GRAVESEND MEETING. Beaucoup Wins the Myrtle Selling Stakes — W. B. Jennings to Retire as Owner — Jockey Knapp Restored to Good Standing. New York. June Ifi.— For the last day at Graves-end, the feature was tin- Myrtle Selling Stakes, ami it wi-lit M lb allcup. first choice in the l«-t t inii. vcrv :i-ih. Heavy rains dining Hie nielli made tin- track miiddv all. I threatening clouds all day kepi tin- attendance dears, though tin- erowd was a goodlv "ii- cisidei nig tie- .•ir.uiiislancos. Scratches uii-i- numerous in must of tin- races, of eiiaal im-partaaee with tin- Myrtle was tin- mile Mini a six Ifi-nlli li:iiidii:i| llial went to Key liolirn. Only live started and Marl iliez. tile favorite, was bealcii for tlie |iliii-.- In I in -as thlef. a long shoi lliat last •ijimiIi showed ■ decided liking for sloppy goinu. ;. M. Moms Follio Levy liMik another sprint race and I rank Kuans Ardri lasted to lieut Itlaek Mate in tin- mill- and an eighth raee fur selling platers. MBC Moils.- was winner uf tin- sei-ond two-year old laee anil Sliaunee !k-;i t a liad lot of maidens in the last. Tin- indications ate that the traek will «• heavy foi the running of the Suburban at Bheemwmad Day tiiinorrow. If it does not improve overnight. Mask i-tte will lie withdrawn and S. C. llildn-th may scratch Klur .lames. The Imrses named to go. with their riders and probable odds, are as follows: Horse. Owner. Joekev. Odds. Ha Hot J. R.Kccnc V. Powers *7-5 Maskette I K.K.-ene J. Reid *7-5 Fashion Plate... One.k Si aide J. Class SI oiamliala B. T. Wiison. Jr. J. .Vrehihald.. .i-1 Priuee Imperial. .Woodhaveu Sth..G. Garner 4-1 King .lames S. C. Hildreth... K. Dugan ....tSJ-1 J. i. Madden _S. C. Hildreth. .. C. H. Shilling. t*-l * t Coupled. Walter Jennings has sold out all his racing inter-e-ts to his partner. Cutcsby Woodford, and will in vol.- ins rwrrjjra to raising alfalfa on his California farm. Robert Kin? and G. B. Morris have shipped to Salt Lake City. Joekey W. Knapp has finally been reinstated after many unsuccessful attempts to obtain restoration to good standing. laM was shipiied to Canada today to start in the Hamilton Derby. Jack Atkiii went along to fill some engagements at Hamilton.

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